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A woman’s severed head was found in a Paris park on Valentine’s Day on Monday while a bag of body parts was found nearby.
The victim, described as “North African or European,” has not been identified.
The suspect is still at large.
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The Mirror reported:
A woman’s severed head was found in a Paris park on Valentine’s Day.
Police also found other body parts, including a fragment found yesterday in Bates-Chaumont park, one of the largest green spaces northeast of the French capital.
During the police search at 11 a.m., park staff helped police find the head, local media reported.
The gruesome find was made in a wooded area of the park, a popular spot for families and joggers.
Yesterday, the first body part was found in a secluded wooded area of the park popular with families and joggers. A source close to the case said it was a woman’s pelvic area.
The blood-soaked lower torso, from below the chest to the knees, was found yesterday, while the head was found today under a pile of leaves next to a train line, the Parisian reported.